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It was like a light bulb went on and she discovered she can read it herself and get the adventure of reading and the story about the dragon in the sock drawer. Wonderful book for her!! I am ordering the whole series for her and will give them to her one at a time as she finishes each book. She discovered reading and the adventures it can bring through this wonderful book.
One person found this helpful. I read this book out loud to my two boys - ages 6 and 7. They love all things magic, fantasy and mystery.
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They thoroughly enjoyed this book, and wanted me to keep reading more chapters every night. My 6-year-old is a bit sensitive, so whenever the bad guy was searching for Emmy, he would get nervous, but he made it through with some hugs and reassurance that everything would be ok. They absolutely loved the 1st half when the kids are trying to feed Emmy, and they were roaring with laughter during those scenes. They found Emmy very lovable and loved her stilted "ET"-like speech pattern, and I enjoyed reading it to them that way because it made her even more endearing to us.
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I didn't have a problem with the characterization or any issues with the plot as some other reviewers mentioned. For one thing, the characters are kids. Sometimes they don't connect the dots in life, and that is realistic.
One reviewer mentioned that the kids hung signs around town even though they knew there was a villain looking for a dragon. Well, they didn't know there was a villain right there in their town for a fact Jesse had simply seen a black car lurking around, and a dragon expert over the Internet said to watch out for the dragon slayer. They thought the fuzzy picture and weak description of the "lizard" on the flyers would be enough to disguise the fact that it was actually a dragon. They were begrudgingly putting up the flyers to please a parent, so with those factors in mind, the actions were believable to me.
There are a few references to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and since my boys are unfamiliar with that story, I had to explain a little about it to them, but that was fine. Overall, a great start to the series. I'll pre-read the next book before reading it to my kids just to make sure it doesn't go into too much of the mystical, but hopefully we can continue through the series.
This is a cute middle grade or upper elementary fantasy about two cousins who find a dragon in a geode. Jesse and Daisy are best friends and both are believers in magic. They have created their own magical museum in an abandoned barn that has become their playhouse. Daisy's dad is a geologist. On one trip with him, Jesse finds a geode that his uncle calls a thunder egg. What he doesn't mention right away is that the egg talks to him. After Uncle Joe is unsuccessful at cutting open the geode, Jesse stores it in his sock drawer.
In just a little while the egg hatches and Jesse and Daisy are first met with the challenge of finding something the dragon they name Emerald but call Emmy can eat. I think kids will enjoy the one-sided food fight as the kids try to find something Emmy likes when she decides to spit out what she doesn't. Being modern kids they go to the internet and Google to learn more about the dragon. They find a website and get some tips at [ George, pronounced Sin George, is on the hunt for a dragon.
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He plans to raise it and drink its blood. The kids need to be creative to keep Emmy away from the evil scientist. This was a fun story that will appeal to middle grade and younger fantasy lovers. I read this book to my first-grader, and it really appeals to her imagination. But when a vicious killer starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help the police in return for his freedom.
Seven years after the apparent death of Chen Zhen, who was shot after discovering who was responsible for his teacher's death Huo Yuanjia in Japanese-occupied Shanghai.
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Meanwhile, the crime boss sends his top henchmen to put an end to their dirty schemes. Set in China in the 's during the Taiping Rebellion, the story is based on the assassination of Ma Xinyi in Loyalist General Qingyun is the only survivor of a battle with An action-thriller centered on a vampire-like woman who eats the skins and hearts of her lovers.
A papermaker gets involved with a murder case concerning two criminals leading to a determined detective suspecting him and the former's vicious father searching for him.
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What's strongest in this film isn't the martial arts action sequence, or the much talked about Sichuan accent that versatile actor Takeshi Kaneshiro adopts in his role as a detective seeking to unearth the truth behind a peasant paper maker Liu Jun Xi played by Donnie Yen. Rather it's the art house sensibilities that director Peter Ho-Sun Chan fuses in the film that makes it a cut above the average martial arts movie, pretty much focused on characters, motivations, and plenty of drama about family and karma hidden behind an investigative narrative providing a more scientific approach to fantasy.
The opening shot establishes Peter Chan's intent to want to be different, with little nuances put into roles, and a painstakingly beautiful set design and art direction to introduce us to Liu and his family, with wife Ayu Tang Wei and two children, living quiet, almost anonymous lives until two robbers enter their village to rob a provision store, and Liu finding it hard not to lend a hand to a fellow villager in need. It's the classic top pugilist whose retirement plans of tranquility getting cut short no thanks to circumstances that spell trouble where trouble got attracted to them like bees to flowers, and for that innate chivalrous spirit to be unleashed, with expected consequences.
Yes some quarters equate this to History of Violence, and to a certain extent, it undeniably does possess parallels. Elevated to a folk hero in the village where praises get sung in his name, the detective Xu Bai Jiu Kaneshiro enters the scene for an autopsy and to examine the crime scene, only for his suspicion to be piqued that Liu may be more than meets the eye, perhaps even one of three most notorious wanted men he had been pursuing.
Here's where the story shows off its flash of brilliance, with flawed characters providing added depth to characterization and story, keeping your interest level up as we discover how Xu's a little schizophrenic in his investigative approach, constantly communicating with his alter ego and we get to see some CG animated body internals sort of like the way Guy Ritchie treated his Sherlock Holmes, with dalliances to the question of is Liu or isn't Liu the powerful pugilist as Xu's investigations have made him out to be.
Takeshi Kaneshiro continues in similar vein with his Zhuge Liang character in having to form an uneasy camaraderie with his skilled counterpart, where in Red Cliff was with Tony Leung's Zhou Yu, here it's with Donnie Yen's Liu as investigations gets underway to try and coax something out of the latter.
Yen has ample time producing some rarely seen acting chops thanks to a role that requires duality, and also showing he's no pushover when it comes to fighting in front of the camera, and taking on the directing responsibility to choreograph the action as well. In a tale of two jarring halves suddenly remembering that it needed some cornerstone token villains, in come the legendary kung fu stars such as Wang Yu the one armed swordsman being paid an obvious homage in this film , and Kara Hui who has seen a renewed lease in her career after an award winning turn on Ho Yuhang's film At the End of Daybreak.
Both return to their martial arts roots which were hallmarks of their heydays, and it's really a pity how as villains they don't get much of a respect they deserve having to come back to the silver screen especially for Wang Yu , portraying mean looking, ass kicking caricatures to give our heroes a run for their money.
Both were severely underutilized, but there is little doubt about their screen charisma when they finally appear to further the plot. Her uncle had been murdered, her life had been threatened, an old school friend had re-appeared, she had two body guards and a new home. Elizabeth L'Emery was not having a good time as the new owner and chief executive of the largest fabric manufacturer on Xa'an.
Randall Storm had missed his best friend from school, but he had so many secrets that staying away from her had seemed to be the only solution to keep her safe from the uncontrollable lust for blood of his dragon half. As they search for ways to control his magic that didn't enslave him - and didn't kill her - more threats came to try and pull them apart. When the opportunity arises to put a weapon of incredible power into her hands, Elizabeth has to decide if the violence of the blood ritual would be worth the sacrifice of becoming the Keeper of the Dragon Sword.
Attacks, magic and sword battles ensue as they continue to fight for her life but in the end it might come down to the ultimate sacrifice of the dragon to keep his vow to serve his master with his life. Was their partnership strong enough to survive the choice of enslavement to prevent a war against their people or a ritual that could kill the woman he loved? Return of the Ascendant.
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